I had my three-month check-up with my doctor for my Type 2 diabetes on Thursday. I left with a big smile on my face.
When Lakeland went through its renovation, we were excited to add an actor’s studio to our campus. This intimate theater space creates a “cocoon” for actors and audience members to experience theater in a way that is different from the traditional proscenium setting.
Graduations are over and college towns are quieter. But in Chapel Hill faculty and some allies are deeply worried. They fear the loss of faculty control of curriculum.
North Carolina Democrats are frustrated. It’s not hard to see why.
From Leslie Harder, Library Specialist One at the Roanoke Rapids Public Library:
Summer is right around the corner! Yahoo!
In Washington, Republican lawmakers are insisting that any deal with the Biden administration to raise the federal debt ceiling be accompanied by stricter work requirements for such programs as cash welfare, nutrition assistance, and Medicaid. In Raleigh, Republican state senators tried to m…
This weekend is the final chance to catch the show I’m currently performing in with three other women, “The Marvelous Wonderettes.” We had a show last night, and we take the main stage at Lakeland Cultural Arts Theater tonight at 7:30, and 2 p.m. on Sunday.
Foundation Forward, Founding Fathers and Influencing Citizens: How they served our country — Caesar Rodney
Editor’s note: This column is part of a series imparting the history of many of the key figures responsible for taking the steps toward independence from England and the birth of our nation. As we approach the semiquincentennial (250th) anniversary, which will be celebrated nationwide from 2…
In the book of Ecclesiastes the Bible says that there is a time for everything in our lives including a time for death.
Concerned with Osprey military aircraft training
RALEIGH — If you’ve engaged in political activity or debate for longer than, say, a week, chances are someone thinks you’re an extremist. If your activity occurs or draws attention on social media, chances are someone has called you an extremist.
After weeks of rehearsal, it’s finally here — opening night of the show!
Conversations come in many forms, from friendly to professional, low-risk to high-stakes, and relaxed to tense.
Every year I buy the new edition of the World Almanac and Book of Facts. I like to check to see what the book is telling the rest of the world about North Carolina.
Since my arrival to the organization in January, I have enjoyed the privilege of getting to get to know the nurses of ECU Health. I’ve visited our acute care environments and interacted with a number of ambulatory care teams. In every visit, I come away inspired by the level of nursing care …
Saturday, May 13 marks the 31st anniversary of one of America’s great days of giving — The National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
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